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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -海-, *海*.
Japanese-Thai: Longdo Dictionary
[うみ, umi] (n) ทะเล
[かいがい, kaigai] (n) ต่างประเทศ
[えび, ebi] (n) กุ้ง
[いるか, iruka] (n) ปลาโลมา

Japanese-Thai: Longdo Dictionary (UNAPPROVED version -- use with care )
[うに, uni] (n) หอยเม่น
[かいせい, kaisei] (n abbrev) มาจากคำว่า 外生産 หมายถึง Overseas Production
[セイウチ, seiuchi] (n ) สิงโตทะเล

Japanese-Thai: Saikam Dictionary
[かいがい, kaigai] Thai: ต่างประเทศ English: foreign
[かいがい, kaigai] Thai: เมืองนอก English: abroad
[かいがい, kaigai] Thai: ข้ามประเทศ
[かいぐん, kaigun] Thai: ทหารเรือ English: navy
[かいろ, kairo] Thai: ทางเดินทะเล English: sea route

Chinese Characters: Make-Me-a-Hanzi Dictionary
[海, hǎi] sea, ocean; maritime
Radical: Decomposition: 氵[shuǐ] 每[měi]
Etymology: [pictophonetic] water

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
[うみ(P);み(ok);わた(ok);わだ(ok), umi (P); mi (ok); wata (ok); wada (ok)] (n) sea; beach; (P) [Add to Longdo]
[うみたなご;ウミタナゴ, umitanago ; umitanago] (n) (uk) sea chub (Ditrema temminckii temminckii) [Add to Longdo]
がめ;亀;ガメ[うみがめ(がめ;亀);うみガメ(ガメ), umigame ( umi game ; umi kame ); umi game ( umi game )] (n) loggerhead; sea turtle [Add to Longdo]
の家[うみのいえ, uminoie] (n) beach hut; beachside clubhouse [Add to Longdo]
の幸[うみのさち, uminosachi] (n) seafood [Add to Longdo]
の藻屑[うみのもくず, uminomokuzu] (n) watery grave (metaphor) [Add to Longdo]
の藻屑となる[うみのもくずとなる, uminomokuzutonaru] (exp,v5r) to be drowned at sea [Add to Longdo]
の藻屑と消える[うみのもくずときえる, uminomokuzutokieru] (exp,v1) (See の藻屑となる) to be drowned at sea [Add to Longdo]
の日[うみのひ, uminohi] (n) Marine Day (national holiday; 3rd Monday of July) [Add to Longdo]
の物とも山の物とも判らない[うみのものともやまのものともわからない, uminomonotomoyamanomonotomowakaranai] (exp) neither fish nor fowl; cannot be foreseen [Add to Longdo]

Tanaka JP-EN Corpus w/ local updates (ตัวอย่างประโยค)
彼は人生は航だという考えを抱いている。He has a notion that life is a voyage.
彼は世界一周航という大望を遂げた。He realized his ambition to sail around the world.
彼は特派員として外に派遣された。He was sent abroad as a correspondent.
彼は熱へ転地に行った。He went to Atami for a change of air.
彼は飛行機での外旅行を好む。He likes travelling abroad by air.
彼は浜辺へ行き、上はるか彼方の水平線を眺めた。He went to the beach, and looked far across the sea toward the horizon.
彼は北道にいたことがある。He has been in Hokkaido before.
彼は北道に行ってしまった。He has gone to Hokkaido.
彼は北道へスキーに行った。He went skiing in Hokkaido.
彼は北道へ行ったことがある。He has been to Hokkaido.

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
[hǎi, ] ocean; sea [Add to Longdo]
[hǎi shàng, ] maritime [Add to Longdo]
上奇书[hǎi shàng qí shū, / ] literary journal published in 1892-93 by Han Bangqing 韓邦慶|韩邦庆 featuring serialized novels in classical Chinese and Jiangsu vernacular [Add to Longdo]
上花列传[hǎi shàng huā liè zhuān, / ] The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai by Han Bangqing 韓邦慶|韩邦庆, long novel of lower life in classical Chinese and Jiangsu vernacular; translated into Putonghua as 上花 by Iris Chang [Add to Longdo]
事局[hǎi shì jú, ] PRC Maritime Safety Agency [Add to Longdo]
事处[hǎi shì chù, / ] Marine Department [Add to Longdo]
于格松[Hǎi yú gé sōng, ] Haugesund (city in Rogaland, Norway) [Add to Longdo]
伯利[Hǎi bó lì, ] Highbury (name) [Add to Longdo]
[Hǎi lún, / ] (N) Hailun (city in Heilongjiang) [Add to Longdo]
伦・凯勒[Hǎi lún · Kǎi lē, / ] Helen Keller (1880-1968), famous American deafblind author and activist (whose story is told in biopic The Miracle Worker) [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: COMPDICT Dictionary
賊版[かいぞくはん, kaizokuhan] pirated version (of software) [Add to Longdo]
底ケーブル[かいていケーブル, kaitei ke-buru] underseas cable [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-German: JDDICT Dictionary
[うみ, umi] Meer, -See [Add to Longdo]
[かいじょう, kaijou] See-, Meer-, Meeres- [Add to Longdo]
[かいいん, kaiin] Seemann [Add to Longdo]
[かいがい, kaigai] Uebersee, Ausland [Add to Longdo]
[かいがん, kaigan] Meereskueste [Add to Longdo]
[かいきょう, kaikyou] Meerenge [Add to Longdo]
[かいてい, kaitei] Meeresgrund [Add to Longdo]
水浴場[かいすいよくじょう, kaisuiyokujou] Badestrand [Add to Longdo]
[かいりゅう, kairyuu] Meeresstroemung [Add to Longdo]
[かいひん, kaihin] Kueste, Strand, Gestade [Add to Longdo]

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